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suffer from senile dementia. nursing staff and facilities are stretched past capacity. researchers are building new and humane intelligent machines. >> reporter: a new game is being played. the residents move their bodies on cue from a robot. the exercise works the brain. people from the nursing industry came along the watch. >> translator: coming here today and seeing people talking and dancing with them made me realize robots have become something common place to old people too. >> reporter: many of the nursing care robots are japanese conventions. in some countries they are recognized as medical equipment. care giving robots have been slow to catch on in japan. people still expect the functions of carrying to be given only by humans but the situation may be changing. i'm visiting an exhibition for nursing care robots. similar event have been happening across japan. they are attracting people who work in social welfare. these people may have noticed the increasing media reporter how robot can help elderly dementia sufferers and nursing home staff. about 20 people with senile deme
in the world. over 3 million people suffer from senile dementia. researchers are building new and humane intelligent machines. >> reporter: a new game is being played at this old people's home south of tokyo. the residents move their bodies on cue from a robot. the exercise works the brain and fights aging. people from the nursing industry interested in the robot came along to watch. >> translator: coming here today and seeing people talking and dancing with them made me realize that robots have become something very common place to old people too. >> reporter: many of the nursing care robots are japanese inventions. they're catching the eyes of facilities overseas. in some countries they are recognized as medical equipment. ironically, care giving robots have been slow to catch on. people expect the functions of carrying to be given only by humans. but the situation may be changing. i'm visiting an exhibition for nursing care robots. similar events have been happening across japan. they're trusting people who work in the social welfare. these people may have noticed the increase in medi
parkinson's disease, she had hypertension, she had atherosclerosis, and she had some mild dementia, and she was depressed. and she was a concentration camp survivor. and she would have nightmares where she'd start saying, "i won't tell, i won't tell." and she would speak in german, even, and it was very traumatic. and she was moping around, and one of the people in the unit gave her a task. she was in charge of filling out the menus for people who couldn't do it, and filling out her own, and then collecting all the menus. and that gave her so much self-esteem. she started to speak more. she was less nervous. she really... her depression seemed to lift, and she mattered, and had a job. i'm going to be 77, october the 19th. i'm gointo b65, july the 18th. ...and still going. and still going. may god leave me longer here. yes. dr. mosqueda: in our ideal world... we would compress all of our diseases and all of our problems into the very last few hours of life. so you'd go through development, you'd live a good, long life, and then when you're 120, you'd just drop dead, and it's not until that l
a missing man. mmn.65 year old ronald brown was last seen on thursday on sufffrs from dementia... and pounds.he left hisshome priving a blue 2012 hyundai sonata with a marylann tag 4-a-k-2-5-5-0...and as last seee wearing a yellow jackkt, &pgreee shirt and black paats.i &p9-1-1. 3 america's argest transit system has resumed partial serviie in the aftermath of sandy.storm sandy. p new york city's subway system resumed partial service althoogh not yet fully -re - operaaiooal.however, driverr trying to get in and out of the city are still encountering troubleespots. highways and ridges congested and traffic was at a standstill innsome places. ".... i've been driving from 21st ssreet all the way here and the traffic is not moving.." moving...."another step to ggt the city back on ttack is restoringgelectricity.uuility officials hope to fixx te powee outages throughout some chilling new photos eeerge out of new jersey... of the devaatation causeddby sandy.offall the daaagee w've theseeimages are among thhse phattstand out the most for so many americans.take a look t seaside heights ef
, cognitive decline and dementia later in life but this is the first time scientists have detected brain injury in running whyer patients with the condition. the concern -- in younger patients, with the condition. the concern it could lead to earlier dementia. the good news bay area experts say you can influence your brain health later in life by knowing and treating high blood pressure and by knowing risk factors you can change. >> for example, for young people, weight gain being overweight high salt diet, not paying attention to what you eat, inactivity like sitting in front of the tv. >> the researchers used mri scans to evaluate brain health. on average, the 33-year-old with high blood pressure had the brain of a 40-year-old. in other words, those 33-year- olds with high blood pressure prematurely ages their brains by 7 years. >> wow. that's -- >> reporter: imagine when you're at 60. >> no. >> reporter: okay. >> get off that couch. >> okay. thanks, kim. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,, this is hayden. ,,,,,,,, that's elizabeth. and that's skyler... and his mom, nancy. they're just a few
tissue. >> how bad? >> it depends. you have a thing where somebody has, like, dementia, which is dementias are a big $10 word for senility. >> can a silent stroke be a big stroke? >> no >> silent by definition means it's unobserved? >> that's right. it doesn't show up clinically. >> it doesn't show up clinically or behaviorally? >> well, it will show up behaviorally. >> how? >> they will lose interests in things, sit in a room and not talk. >> how about dizziness? >> it could be a sign of anything, a sign of regular or silent stroke. >> how do you learn whether you are stroke prone? >> family history, whether you're hypertensive, whether you have heart disease. >> how about the testing here where the blood gets up to the brain. >> right. >> what do they call that? >> ka rod -- carotid artery. >> should an ultrasound be done? >> if people have an ischemic attack, they may have a carotid artery collusion. >> do you think that exam should be done regularly? >> i don't think it should be done unless you have symptoms. >> are you going to charge me for this? the -- now, the stroke
and suffers from dementia. he was last seen a wearing a yellow jacket and green pants and is missing his two front teeth. if you see him you are asked to call 911. federal services will be held today for alonzo gladen. he was helping his younger brother unload groceries when two men approached and opened fire. police are still looking for the suspects. the funeral begins at 11:00 this morning. >> city police look for the man who allegedly sexually assaulted a 6-year-old girl inside of a south baltimore store. this happened on october 21-was waiting in line with a family member. they say this picture was obtained from a surveillance camera inside the store. >> some of the employees at the store did attempt to detain the suspect after the incident. the suspect did leave it. >> the suspect is described as hispanic, 5 1/6 with a medium build. he also has two gold teeth with a letter "j" on one of them. anyone who has seen him is urged to call the baltimore city police. >> of baltimore city police officer faces eight criminal counts with alleged corruption in the department. he is also accused of
house. she suffers dementia, but she and her husband planned to live out their last days here. sam died in 1995. >> my aunt would tell me that, your uncle said if anything should happen to him, live in this house. stay in this house. jo i that's a promise lil -- >> that's a promise lily could not keep. santa clara county took her aunt from her home and moved her to an assisted living tau silt. >> it started as a family quarrel. adult protection service came in. >> some members of the family didn't like that she and her father were living with lily after her husband died. the santa clara county public guardian's office and probate court investigated and determined that puma and her father, scalia's brother, were taking advantage of her by living in her home rent free, using her money and neglecting her medical needs. they are also accused of harassing the public guardian and scalia's health care providers. they deny it, but the two were evicted from the house and scalia was conserved by the county. >> our aim is to protect them from financial or physical abuse they may have been experien
of dementia. he starts the network, he invites the sisters. why in sydney and one in singapore. he also invites the neighbors. they refer to it as the neighbor lady. she says, thank goodness that you ask. i have been worried about charles. and creating that meaningful exchange. let me share a new idea or a new term that i am using thinking about this idea of staying connected and having a good life. this is an idea that i am calling -- this is a little picture of dale, somebody that has a f and hisuture -- that has done his future-proofing. this is what has happened to him when he went into the hospital. his daughter of everyone with one message. there was emergency contact, care preferences hall facing the vault so that the care providers know what to do. and the supporters know what his wishes are and they can share tips and ideas and emotional support to him. dale is future-proofed. pieces of this idea staying connected to a good life is about having some peace of mind as we think about the future. i encourage you all about what makes a good life for you. i encourage you to reach out
:48, today's health watch, staying active may slow alzheimer's and dementia. they looked at relationships between active lifestyle and they found more gray matters in adults that stayed active. >>> too much or too literal exercise can be -- little exercise can be bad for your knees. they looked at the cartilage in niece in adults in a four year period. those who participated in running, lost cartilage in their knees and swimming and walking much easier on your knees. >>> and it appears childhood injuries related to inflatable bouncers are on the rise, that's according to a study published in the journal of pediatrics. bounce houses and moon walks are are popular at parties but experts say they can put children at risk risks fractures, strains and collisions and. an average of 31 children injured per day. >> they're fun, though. but need to be careful. >>> northern california is home to the world'sest heaviest triplets. we introduced you to the dean babies. >> and now they're home, healthy and as lawyer -- laurie wallace shows us. >> reporter: a day in the life with three precious bundles.
suffers from dementia. police are asking anyone who may have seen him to give them a call. the redskins were big winners this afternoon. >> let's get up to speed now. rgiii on fire. >> on fire. it was good. the redskins came into today's game. brandon meriweather returned to the lineup. the men of the day once again is rgiii. after an eagles turnover, griffin might open -- wide open. a seven-nothing skins. fires steep to a wide open. -- deep to a wide-open. third quarter magic. rgiii sends up the bomb. it is caught by santana. better with age, fine wine. the skins when a 31-6. they are now four and six. >> this is big for us. we all knew it. it is time to bunker down and make sure you put your best foot forward. every time you step on the field. the way we played physically, i thought it was extremely impressive. >> believe it or not, there's actually a chance in the division. >> that is a good thing. thank you. >> let's get to steve rudin right now to find out what is ahead for the evening and beyond. >> and nice evening ahead. warmer temperatures as we move through the upcoming holida
bloodhounds first received the scent. he suffers from dementia. >> please, he's somebody's dad, he's somebody's brother, he's somebody's husband, he's some bed's near and dear friend. he doesn't pose a threat or danger to anyone. if anyone knows anything, we ask that you please, please call the cops. >> he has walked away before but fever for this long. he was wearing sweat pants and shirts when he was last scene. >>> later tonight, joy comes in the middle of some difficult times. >> she is one heck of a story, that's for sure. >> the juxtaposition of the two is incredible. it gives you hope that there's always something good coming out of tragedy. >> a family addition in the middle of hurricane sandy. >>> but just ahead, a toddler's visit to the pittsburgh zoo turns incredibly tragic. >>> and we are tracking some very cold air moving into our region. we are going to see freeze warnings in effect for much of the northern and western suburbs of the district. that means that as we send the kids out to the bus stop, or if you're headed to the bus stop, you are going to need to bundle up and prep
never want to move out of her house. she suffers dementia, but she and her husband planned to live out their last days here. sam died in 1995. >> my aunt would tell me that, your uncle said if anything should happen to him, live in this house. stay in this house. jo i that's a promise lil -- >> that's a promise lily could not keep. santa clara county took her aunt from her home and moved her to an assisted living tau silt. >> it started as a family quarrel. adult protection service came in. >> some members of the family didn't like that she and her father were living with lily after her husband died. the santa clara county public guardian's office and probate court investigated and determined that puma and her father, scalia's brother, were taking advantage of her by living in her home rent free, using her money and neglecting her medical needs. they are also accused of harassing the public guardian and scalia's health care providers. they deny it, but the two were evicted from the house and scalia was conserved by the county. >> our aim is to protect them from financial or physical ab
a prison. >> it's like a prison? >> she suffers from dementia and her son marcus made the recording during one of only three visits he's been allowed with his mother in more than two years. >> they hijacked my mother. >> the santa clara public guardian's office conserve her, took over her personal and medical decisions in 2010 after she visited hospitals 19 times in a single year. a court investigator determined her family, including her son, could not care for her. >> maybe there were family members involved with the person, but they weren't caring for that person by the appearance. >> lee poland is the director of santa clara county social services. he would not speak specifically about her case, but said the public guardian does not conserve a person without cause. >> it would have to be a constellation of situations. was there money that was available to provide the elderly person care that she needed? and it wasn't being provided? >> marcus was living with his mother at the time the county took over. he said he loves her and was doing the best he can. >> my mom wants to come home. we
of gisella reardon. >> i can't do anything. >> i know. >> it is like a prison. >> she suffers from dementia and her son marcus made the recording during one of three visits he has been allowed with his mother in more than two years. >> they hijacked my mother. >> the santa clara county public guardian's office conserved gisella and took over her personal and medical decisions after she visited hospitals 19 times in a year. the court determined her family including her son could not care for her. >> there were family members involved with the person, but they were not caring for that person by the appearance. >> leigh poland is the director of social services and would not speak about the case, but says the public guardian does not conserve a person without a cause. >> was there money that was available to provide the elderly person care that she needed, and it wasn't being provided? >> marcus was living with his mother at the time the county took over. he says he loves her and was doing the best he can. >> my mom wants to come home. we have a home. she has food, clothing, shelter. i can tak
hospital argue whether ayers was suffering from dementia. the judge sided with the psychologist who diagnosed ayers as faking his dementia symptoms. his first trial ended in a hung jury in 2009. >>> demanding answers. a national non-profit group is speaking out after an nbc bay area investigation. >> on tuesday we exposed bay area schools which are not complying with title 9, a key federal law named to protect students from sexual harassment. >> reporter: equal rights advocates call the results of our investigation shocking and disturbing. the national non-profit is now questioning more than 100 school districts in the bay area about their title 9 policies. here's why. we uncovered an array of problems. principals who didn't know who the title 9 coordinator was. others who are the ci,inator and didn't know it and educators who have no idea what title 9 is. equal rights advocates calls it widespread ignorance of basic, federal law. now they are asking districts to provide documentation showing they're in compliance. proof schools have coordinators, policies and procedures in place to
to move out of her house. she suffers dementia, but she and her husband planned to live out their last days here. sam died in 1995. >> my aunt would tell me that, your uncle said if anything should happen to him, live in this house. stay in this house. jo i that's a promise lil -- >> that's a promise lily could not keep. santa clara county took her aunt from her home and moved her to an assisted living tau silt. >> it started as a family quarrel. adult protection service came in. >> some members of the family didn't like that she and her father were living with lily after her husband died. the santa clara county public guardian's office and investigad court investigated and determ and puma and her father, scalia's brother, were taking advantage of her by living in her home rent free, using her money and neglecting her medical needs. they are also accused of harassing theuardian public guardian and scalia's health care providers. they deny it, but the two were evicted from the house and scalia was conserved by the county. >> our aim is to protect them from financial or physical abuse th
suffers from dementia. her son made the recording during one of only three visits he's been allowed with his mother in three years. they took over her personal and medical decisions in 2010 after she visited hospitals 19 times in a year. a investigator determined her family could not care for her. >> maybe there are family members involved with the person but he weren't caring for that person. >> lee poll ynd is the districter of social services. woe not speak about this case but says a public garden does not conserve a person without cause it would have to be situations, was there money available to provide the elderly person care that she needed? and it wasn't being provided?. >> marcus was living with his mother at the time. he says he loves her and was doing the best he can. >> if my mom wants to come home we are v.a home she. has food, clothing shelter. i can take care of heert public garden kicked out marcus and sold the thousands pay for his mother's care. he ended up living for a -- in a car for a time. >> this is devastating my mother and i are very, very close. >> marcus i
-old gizelle reardon. >> i know. >> this is like a prison. >> she suffers from dementia. her son make it with only three visits allowed in two years. >> they hijacked my mother. >> the public guardian's said to make personal decisions after she visits hospitals 19 times that single year. the court investigater including her family could not take care of her. >> the family members were not taking care of her. >> director of social services, he would not speak specifically about the case but the public guardian does not conserve a person without a cause. >> was there money available to provide the elderly person care needed and it wasn't being provided. >> marcus was living with the mother at the time. he loves her and was doing the best he can. >> my mom wants to come home. she wants to come home. i was taking good care of her. >> but the public guardian sold the house to pay for his mother's care. he ended up living in car for a time. she was moved to an assisted living facility. >> we have always been close. >> he is clearly frustrated with the situation and court investigator he bec
is scheduled to be tried in march on 9 counts of mild molestation. doctors said he was faking dementia. >>> an unspeakable tragedy, what killed a boy who died after falling into a wild dog exhibit at a zoo in pittsburgh. >> the trial of a man accused of killing two people at the poll plaza. the latest disturbance by the defendant. >>> a two-year-old boy was killed by animals not the fall in pittsburgh over the weekend. the mother placed him on a rail and he fell into the enclosure. he landed on a net, bounced twice and fell to the ground where the dogs attacked the child. >>> four people killed in a crash in sacramento county have been identified. the accident happened yesterday afternoon on i-5. initial report show an suv crossed the center divided and collided head on with another car. >>> the man accused of killing two people at the richmond-san rafael bridge toll plaza refused to answer questions today. nathan burris is representing himself as he faces murder charges in the death of his ex- girlfriend and her friend. he admitted guilt but pleaded not guilty to the killings that hap
groups such as seniors with dementia or children with developmental disabilities. the day-to-day management of the programs under the administration on aging and the administration of developmental disabilities will relatively remain unchanged, with the current program staff containing the assignments. kathy is now the administrator for the new federal agency. henry, the former director of the office of disability, is now the principal deputy administrator and remains a senior adviser to secretary sebelius on issues pertaining to disabilities. so that is the disability committee. we have direct access to the secretary. chairman louis is the commissioner for the administration for now the newly formed intellectual and developmental disabilities. on that the aging said, mr. walker serves as the deputy assistant secretary for aging, advocating on behalf of older americans. now this new federal agency will seek to enhance and improve a broad range of support that individuals may need to live with respect and dignity as full members of our community. this needs to go well beyon
're thinking that do not have dementia as well. >> testifying from a house committee yesterday fda commissioner told lawmakers that the problems found in inspections of the new plan compounds center were in her words very serious. the fda was obligated to refer to the massachusetts police who have more authority over the pharmacy. the owner and director of the and ec's the decline to testify invoking his fifth amendment right. >> of the food and drug administration confirmed reports that five our energy may have been involved in a number of deaths. 13 deaths over the past four years. this news follows the fda's disclosure last month that it was investigating reports of five deaths that may be related to monster energy drinks. the high decaffeinated beverages are the fastest-growing type of soft drink in the united states. sales increased 17% last year to about $9 billion. >> we are watching and waiting for the rain to come. the live look from our roof cam shows its plate pretty clear over san francisco right now. that will warm up later on this afternoon and when will the rain fall? we will fin
been threatened. but david letterman's sensibility doesn't even scratch the dementia of pulp fiction. it's much more well-behaved than that and it won't offend the big mall mainstream the way pulp fiction will still offend a large chunk of the american mainstream audience. paul, you invoke pulp fiction but this has also been the year of forrest gump. i think it's very difficult to just say here, pulp fiction renders me meaningless and the traditional audience meaningless when, in fact, a film like forrest gump with extraordinarily old-fashioned, traditional... i mean, i think it may be the hollywood style in a rather quintessential way. that film does extraordinary business and has repeat viewers. and it is really very scary because it capitalizes the whole hollywood mentality which is, um... only the naive survive, you know that if you're dumb enough, everything will work out. ( laughs ) that's a reassuring thought. yeah. apparently, it was a very cheery thought to a lot of people. still is, yes. absolutely. i mean, you know and immediately you can make an argument as gump as being
and beyond experts believe the pill may help ward off age related cognitive decline dementia and even alzheimer's offering brand protection long after women stopped taking the medication, exercise or rest is a difficult question when you feel sick willy workout pump you up or bring you down further when battling the cold or flu? they recommend people with heart problems or diabetes should definitely rest and not add extra body stress, if you are otherwise healthy it's ok to exercise while you are sick but understand it may prolong your illness. tom skilling has the forecast. >> we have had six days in the 40's. that brings the gulf moisture up while colder plunges in on the backside of the system. you get into a situation by saturday where the winds will be falling in from the south look at this winnfield. here are the actual gusts ray here. it will it will be quite the interesting week for weather. 68 on sunday with a slight chance of a thunderstorm at some point saturday friday night before that we could see thunderstorms on a warm front. >> coming up charles stillman the bears pr
from dementia. he was last seen wearing a yellow jacket, a green shirt, black pants and is missing his front teeth. if you see ronald brown call 911. funeral services will be held today for the soldier killed. he was home on his first day of leave and helping his brother unload groceries when two men approached and opened fire. the funeral begins at 11:00 this morning at st. veronica's catholic church in south baltimore. as the week comes to an end, we cut -- cleanup for the hurricanes aftermath continues. >> you can see how much the number has changed over the course of the week, especially in the last two is alone. these are the numbers each day. bge officials have restored power to 98% of customers. those in communities hardest hit to the north are entering their fifth day without power. >> the calvary is arriving. volunteers from out of state are working to get the lights back on in the northeast. for the millions of people without power, the lights have been out too long. >> there are people that have nothing except the clothes on their backs. >> it is frustrating to have to wait.
pleaded for help in finding their father who suffers from dementia. 64-year-old mohammed yasdani has been missing from his home. his family is devastated by his disappearance. >> is he okay? is he safe? is he alive? is he not? he doesn't deserve this. my dad looked out for us our whole entire lives. he didn't deserve this. >> yazdani is 5'6" and wearing a gray sweatsuit when he disappeared. if you know anything about where he may be, please call police immediately. >>> this morning the world's biggest economies will try to tackle the world's financial problems. it's the last day of the g-12 summit in mexico city. aincluded will be how to help the struggling economies in brazil and china. and the fiscal cliff in the united states. it's feared the changes that could take place on december 31st will have a global impact. >>> the redskins lose in a very sloppy game, but it's what coach shanahan said after the game that has fans upset this morning. >>> it is now 4:41. time for weather and traffic on the ones. >> good morning. time for weather and traffic on the ones. at 4:41 it is cold. >>> al
hindered search and press skew operations for 69-year-old mohammed dhani, he suffers from dementia. >>> well, believe it or not, today is the last full day of campaigning for the 2012 presidential election. seems like it has gone on forever, doesn't it? both candidates will stop in swing states before heading home. today the president will stop in wisc iowa, ohio before he travels to chicago and casts his ballot. mitt romney will be campaigning in florida, virginia and new hampshire before he finishes in boston where he votes tomorrow. and the final push is about getting as many people out to the election booth as possible. >> that is what is going to decide this. frankly there is very few, if any undecided voters left. >> more than 27 million americans have already voted in 34 states and that number includes 50,000 people in the districts. wow. >>> time for the lastest your money report of the morning. >> good morning jessica. >> reporter: good morning to both of you. good morning to everybody as home. it is all about the elections on wall street. things will likely be quiet until
dementia and her son marcus made the recording of one ever only three visits he's been allowed with his mother in more than two years. >> they hijacked my mother. >> the santa clara public guardian's office conserve her, took over her personal and medical decisions in 2010 after she visited hospitals 19 times in a single year. a court investigator determined her family, including her son, could not care for her. >> maybe there were family members involved with the person, but they weren't caring for that person by the appearance. >> lee poland is the director of santa clara county social services. he would not speak specifically about her case, but said the public guardian does not conserve a person without cause. >> it would have to be a constellation of situations. was there money that was available to provide the elderly person care that she needed? and it wasn't being provided? >> marcus was living with his mother at the time the county took over. he said he loves her and was doing the best he can. >> my mom wants to come home. we have a home. she has food, clothing, shelter. i tan
molester was making up his dementia to try to avoid a new trial. the judge scheduled it for next march after yesterday's final hearing. he is a accused of molesting five children. >> investigators have arrested a 66-year-old man ono charges he committed sex crimes against two girled under the age of 14. he was reportedly taken in to custody monday after detectives interviewed him. they say that the girls said thea abuse started two years ago and lasted for one year. the sheriff's department didn't release further detail. take a close look at these pictures out of arizona. it's a jeep sitting 14 feet in the area on the border fence. mexican smugglers built a ramp to drive up and over but you can tell they didn't quite make it. the men ran back into mexico. the agents took the jeep as well as that ramp. >> san francisco based visa beat easternings expectations for the last fiscal quarter. the company made $1.7 billion from july through september. that is almost double the amount it made in the same period last year. revenue rose 15% to $2.7 billion. the news pushed visa stock up about
. prosecutors moved to re-try ayers but his defense team said he had dementia. last wednesday the judge ruled he's competent to stand trial and a new date is sfoert march. >>> san jose police announced the arrest today of a suspect in the city's 40th homicide of the year. this 23-year-old shown in this mug shot was arrested saturday. the victim was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. no motive has been released, but rel it actives say the two have known each other since they were children. >>> his attorney says the giants victory brought out the worst in him. today the man accused of vandalizing that muni bus faced a judge. he pleaded not guilty to felony vandalism charges. he was arrested after this picture was posted on facebook prompting plenty to call the police department. after his arraignment, his attorney said he acknowledges responsibility. >> we're appreciative of the fact he's apologetic. nevertheless there are consequences of bad behavior, and this was really bad behavior. >> he may have to pay part of the $700,000 it will cost to replace this bus. as of right now he'
of antioxidants. they're loaded with anti-oxidants, great for heart health, staving off dementia. you're better off going with a simple coffee with a little milk. >> why is that? >> fat, calories. you get a meal's worth of fat. >> all right, wine. please, don't disappoint here. >> good news, wine is great for you. the trick is, limit yourself one to two glasses per day, any more than that, you can increase your risk for certain cancers. >> okay. potatoes are good for you. they get a bad rap because they are starchy. >> i love potatoes. >> one serving gives you about five grams of protein. ed trick is not to fry them. >> they are delicious roasted. >> sweet potatoes are even better for you, because they have vitamin a. >> i have never seen that kind of potato, what is that? >> purple potato. >> nice observation. >> looks like buffalo balls, but what do i know? >> no need to say hold the cheese. cheese can give you 20% of your daly calcium needs in one serving. one serving is about the size of two dice. don't go overboard. >> it's moderation. >> omega 3s. salmon and tuna? >> they are great for br
diagnosed with dementia. although he'd been living on his own, he had recently started to decline and there was talk of him having to leave his home. >> he had seen friends suffer, whom he often talked about, and how wrong he thought it was that a rich and good life, and a fruitful life should end in such tragic, sad, helpless and anguished circumstances. and this is what he told people when he spoke of ending his life. he had an irreversible illness, and he was not going to go to an institution. it was simply, "i'll know when it's time to go." >> narrator: on september 14, 2010, george brodigan called his son bruce to tell him the day had come. >> when we arrived at his house, he had pretty much taken care of everything. he wrote out checks to loved ones. he put his obituary, which he wrote himself, and his life insurance policy on the dining room table, and he greeted us in a charcoal gray, pin-striped suit and a knit tie. once family members who wished to be with him that day but not be present at his death had had a chance to spend time with him and say goodbye, once they left
. >> my dad died shortly after this finished the book and i read passages to him. he began having dementia and it was hard to follow that. and i don't want to make light of it but what is good, he had a raucous sense of humor and i had one joke he loved and i told it over and over again and he'd still laugh at it. >> harris: i wish i had a joke like that. >> we did normal things, taking him to the doctor, getting a haircut and i took him to a movie," sling blade" and he always wanted to be next to a restroom and i put him next to run and he was restless during the movie, i thought he's ooepd to use the restroom and he said, let's leave. the man in sling blade reminded him of the man who abused him when he was a little boy and he couldn't take it anymore. one of the few times i saw him cry. >> harris: wow. larry, in the midst of the holidays a lot of families are estranged and people have deep hurts. give advice to families who are estranged for maybe a mother, father, or husband and wife or sun or daughter? what do they do to start the relationship over. >> i hope the book will give to it.
dementia. he was last seen near his home. he is about 5'6" tall and was wearing a gray sweat suit when he disappeared. if you know anything about his whereabouts, call police immediately. >>> when a baby is crying, most parents will do just about anything, and i mean anything, to calm that baby down. but how clean is a pacifier really? new research from oklahoma state university finds that used pacifiers, even those that look clean have loads of bacteria. scientists took a closer look at pacifie pacifiers. they found all kinds bacteria including mold and staph. >> a potential reservoir for germs that will make you sick. may look solid in your hand but when you look at it under the scanning electron microscope, it looks like a sponge. >> now, this was a relatively small study and there's no research tying dirty pacifiers to actual sickness. doctors say it's a good idea to replace pacifiers at least once a month. >> good advice. 11:39, the time. still ahead on news 4 midday, our yoga pose of the week is a stress reliever. >> plus, once the gas shortage is over in new york and new jersey, co
. 63-year-old mohammed yazani suffers from dementia. he was last seen at his home in havenswood, place. police officers combed through huntley mills park yesterday. the family pleaded for help in finding their father. >> tell anybody you know. put up a flier. it's online. if you just google it, you'll see the flier, and you could just post it up. every little bit helps. every pair of eyes helps. we just ask that you please just keep an eye out. >> yazdani is 5'6" and was wearing a gray sweatsuit when he disappeared. if you know anything about where he may be, please call police immediately. >>> the world's first nuclear powered aircraft carrier ended its run in virginia yesterday. they began shutting down the eight nuclear reactors almost as soon as it arrived at the pier yesterday. the final deployment was nearly eight months at sea. the navy will officially deactivate the enterprise on december 1st, but it will take several more years to be decommissioned as the reactors are taking out. >>> a man who lost his legs is testing a new kind of prosthesis controlled by his thoughts. yester
dementia and was last seen on october 24th near his home on havenwood place. yazdani is 5'6" and was wearing a gray sweatsuit when he disappeared. if you know anything about his whereabouts, call police immediately. >>> tonight friends and family will gather together to remember a montgomery county teen who was hit by a car while walking to school. christina morris wade died last week while walking to seneca valley high l skoo. the 15-year-old was crossing germantown road at wisteria drive when she was hit. >>> new this morning, a tv station in israel is reporting that country prepared for an imminent strike on iran's nuclear program in 2010. the report is part of a larger documentary set to air tonight. the order to prepare for the attack was given by prime minister benjamin yet an ya hue and a small meeting of top many prosecutes. but several of those men questioned whether they had the authority to give the order, and preparations were called off. >>> 6:36 is the time right now. why mitt romney may have been rooting hard against the redskins. >>> also, why one board of
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